A film with title like 'Teenage' never crosses the limit and made in such a way that is worth watching by all age groups. The concentration was needed in the script and captivating screenplay to compete in the market. However 'Teenage' is a decent and neat film.
The aspect of innocent love at this age of confusion 'Teenage' is only touched by director HR Srikanth in his debut. There are lot more at this age happening - a proper study that could give more interesting facts and entertain audiences was needed.
The brilliant boy around Guinness record holder for direction at the age of nine Kishan (Care of Footpath) wins as an editor. It is the new area he has concentrated in his 'Teenage' for 'Teenage' Kannada cinema. As the team of 'Teenage' claimed that it has world record song of over 15122 children participating in it could have been projected in a better way instead of coming at the title card at the end of the film.
For Arya (Kishan) the goal in life is to get his sister Siri affection who is settled down in Australia. To win the heart of separated sister for a long time he takes up the big task but emotionally fails in the first attempt but finally makes it in the second attempt.
In the meantime the teenage of Arya gets closer to Anjali (Priya Bhatat Khanna), Priti (Apoorva) and Rosy (Tanvi). It is infatuation in love for this teenager and finally he agrees to be boy friend for the fourth Georgia when he reaches Pre University. Anjali wants to dance for the singing of Arya, Priti is obsessive towards Arya and Rosy is a big fan of Arya singing.
The debut music of Siddarth Vipin in Kannada is very well composes. Out of nine songs in the film at least four songs are sure to rock in the coming days. Enidu Manasali..... Hudugi Bekagide....Manasalli Mosa Illa.....Ondondu Kanasu...are top class.
The first underwater song in Kannada film is superb. The technical quality of this film is in top grade. Cameraman Makesh Dev has given a colorful and convincing work.
Among the artists Kishan has given full energy when the singing comes up. He is good in dancing. More effort is needed for dialogue deliver and emotional expressions. Tanvi is lively, Apoorva is lovely and Priya is superb in their debut roles in Kannada.
You can watch this film once.
Score - 6/10